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Schools in Paramus
Midland Elementary School
241 W Midland Ave, Paramus, NJ
West Brook Middle School
560 Roosevelt Blvd, Paramus, NJ
Paramus High School
99 E Century Rd, Paramus, NJ
Police and Law Enforcement in Paramus
Paramus Police Department
1 Carlough Dr, Paramus, NJ
Bergen County Police Department327 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ
Parks in Paramus
Hemlock Dr, Paramus, NJ
Map of paramus, NJ
Chance of Rain70°/57°
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Prestige Jaguar Landrover of Paramus hosted a Casino Night Fundraiser to benefit Generation Rescue on Tuesday, featuring casino games throughout the night to raise money for the cause.
On Sept. 23, the council unanimously adopted a resolution that prohibits fracking and the disposal of fracking waste in Fair Lawn for three years.
The Drive for Autism Foundation is pleased to announce that its annual golf event, Drive for Autism XIII was successful in raising $48,500. We had a spectacular late summer day with bright sunshine and one hundred and eight four golfers' enjoyed a great day of golf at Royce Brook Golf Club in Hillsborough, NJ on September 15, 2014.
Elevated view of the site of the Health Professions Integrated Teaching Center at Bergen Community College in Paramus. PARAMUS - Bergen Community College will lead a consortium of 12 two-year colleges as part of a $15 million federal job-training grant.
Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan, a Rutherford Republican seeking a second term, comes out punching in her first television commercial of her re-election campaign. The 30-second ad - which begins airing on cable television today - calls the Democrats running for county office "unethical" and brings up the charges pending against former Democratic Party Chairman Joseph Ferriero.
The youngest chefs ever to sweat it out in the Food Network's "Chopped" kitchen includes a 12-year-old New Jersey chef, Eitan Bernath of Teaneck. Eitan is one of four kids to appear on the "Short Order Cooks" episode of "Chopped" on Tuesday at 10 p.m. The enormously popular cooking competition show, hosted by Ted Allen , has four chefs facing off over three courses using the contents of mystery baskets.
PARAMUS HAS a law on the books restricting campaign signs from appearing around the borough earlier than 35 days before elections that goes unenforced by local authorities. While many find the annual plethora of campaign signs around the county to be an eyesore, they are actually good for democracy.
The Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey hosted a walk at the Dunkerhook Area of Saddle River County Park on Saturday. He can stand, but he cannot walk.
Bergen County Executive Kathleen Donovan, who is running for reelection, has agreed to personally reimburse the county $878 for the latest edition of a quarterly newsletter that features her in several stories. The county's attorneys determined that the newsletter may violate a state rule prohibiting such publications within 90-days of an election.
On Tuesday, September 23rd, Freeholder James Tedesco attended the Annual Bergen County Senior Picnic.
Hosted by TV personality Jim Masters and featuring a global array of stringed instrument artists - including Bergen Community College professors - "World on a String," an Ars Nova production, will take place in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre Thursday, Oct. 16 at 7:30 p.m. The theatre resides at the College's main campus at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, N.J. Directed by adjunct Bergen faculty member John T. LaBarbera, "World on a String" spotlights instruments like the oud from the Arab/Andalusian traditions, the kora from Africa, the viola de cocho from Brazil and the double-necked mandolin from India. The evening also will include dance collaborations with New Jersey-based Art of Motion.
With about six weeks until the November elections, the campaign signs popping up on lawns have already turned into a contentious political issue in the borough. In August, signs for the Democratic challenger for Bergen County executive, Jim Tedesco, a former Paramus mayor, began to show up around town.
Mike Schneider, the President of the Central Trades and Labor Council and Business Agent for AWIU Local 32, said: "Jim Tedesco shares the same values that we do at the Central Trades and Labor Council and he has a strong history of helping working families to increase their quality of life through job creation and economic development as the former Mayor of Paramus. He was a card-carrying union member for 20 years and has continued to be a friend to working families since becoming a Freeholder and will continue to do so as Bergen County's next Executive."
Veterinarians featured in a Sept. 24 article on Today Pets shared some great tips to keep pets healthy year-round.
A Bergenfield man and his wife were rushed to area medical centers when a plot they hatched to kill themselves failed, authorities say. John Humbert, 66, faces charges of aggravated assault, possession of a weapon, aiding suicide and attempted murder of his 62-year-old wife, Joyce.
Continuing its selection of top notch speakers, Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club heard about Bergen Community College from its President, Dr. B. Kaye Walter. Dr. Walter took the helm of the college during a time of unrest politically and within.
New Jersey's Supreme Court justices heard arguments Wednesday on whether the state has the power to try two Paramus school workers for engaging in alleged sexual acts while chaperoning students on a trip to a foreign country. Attorneys for the Paramus Catholic High School defendants, Michael Sumulikoski, and Artur Sopel, appealed to the Supreme Court a motion to dismiss the state's indictment that their clients engaged in sexual acts with four students while supervising them on a trip in February 2011 in Germany.